Living on the Run: Medina

Living on the run. 

You’re paying more than you earn, for a temporary place. 

Your temporary place has the power to refuse any little perks or dividends because there’s so many in need of a place. So you kill yourself in subhuman conditions to be watched every moment. Pressure does make diamonds however how not every piece of coal can withstand the pressure. 

So, your back at square one, paying to be abused. Never knowing when you have to start over. Entertain me for a minute, if you had to walk around with all of your worldly possessions in your backpack every day, could you actually make the right decisions? Could you hold out for that job ? Could you be of sound mind and body? Your decisions will always be temporary because you can’t see past tomorrow. Living as though your public enemy number one and the FBI is after you so you can’t ever think about next week. 

Living on the run. 


Is the story of millions. 



s a vicinanza

I have found, from speaking with thousands of people since 1994, that no one plays the victim, that is impossible. Some people manufacture pain, to cover a deeper pain, that is hard to face. When we accuse people of playing a role, it is good to know, how that role manifested. There we find the attack, in whatever form that may be, that created the victim, every time.

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